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Join Marty & Conor On The Morning Glory Road Trip...

Myrren Bedding
Morning Glory with Marty & Conor are hitting the road to discover Northern Ireland and watch MUSE and BIFFY CLYRO at Belfast Vital on August...

The Weekend Round Up

Annie Taaffe
Off the Grid this weekend and missed out on all the latest music news? The ultimate music festival, Glastonbury took place...

Musing Over Whether This Is The Long Awaited New Track...

Annie Taaffe
Muse have taken to their social media and shared a teaser for what appears to be a new song and music...

Weekend News Round Up

Annie Taaffe
Off the Grid this weekend and missed out on all the latest music news? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s...

Can you keep A Secret?

Annie Taaffe
George Ezra announces “Top Secret” tour. The young English singer-song writer has been keeping a low profile since catching our attention with the release of his top 10 hit single 'Budapest'. He hasn't been resting on his laurels however. The singer announced over on Twitter today that he's been hard at work on his second record. His debut studio album Wanted on Voyage hit the #1 spot in the UK and reached #5 in the Irish album chart. Today's tweet comes with the announcement that he's to embark on a his Top Secret tour this year.

Glastonbury 2017 Full Line-up Revealed

Annie Taaffe
This Year's full Glasto line-up has been revealed and it's a good'un!! We were already suitably impressed with the festival’s three headliners – Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran - when they were confirmed earlier this month. Now 88 acts have been added including The xx, Brit nominated Biffy Clyro, The National, Brighton duo Royal Blood, Lorde, Katy Perry and Father John Misty.

Biffy Clyro Considering 10th Anniversary Show?

Annie Taaffe
Biffy drummer Ben Johnston had a chat with NME ahead of Wednesday night’s BRIT awards and reflected on their recent charity gig. Johnston said that ‘it’s a good time to go back and revisit old material’.

Last Night’s NME Winners

The VO5 NME awards took place last night in London’s O2 Brixton Academy. Pop group Bastille opened the awards show with hit...

Biffy Clyro Discuss Plans For 2017

Biffy Clyro have spoken about their plans for the next year and suggested that they could  have already started working on...

‘Best Act In The World Today’ Goes To Muse At...

Muse were awarded the biggest prize of the night at last night's Q Awards when they took home the title of...
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